7 Simple Reasons to Join the ChurchMag Matrix

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Everyone wants your email address. Your bank, the grocery store, Google, and more than one Nigerian prince. Not to mention Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Well, we do not want your email address. Not really.

Truth is, ChurchMag is launching a new world domination campaign and we want to share it with you.

So why join the ChurchMag Matrix?

Here are seven simple reasons:

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Tech Wreck Tuesday #18: When Does The Bleeding Stop

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So I became inspired by my buddy Eric Dye with his ChurchMag Podcast and the idea of communicating across a medium that is not only versatile, but actually quite great to consume if done well. I am always up for trying something new with communicating a message to people and working on improving my craft. […]

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Secrets of a Killer Blog Post [Infographic]


The joys of blogging can also be some of the biggest pains. My first month of writing posts I found myself feverishly writing down everything I could put on the web. By month three, I was slowing down. But month six, I was wondering why I was not getting traffic and if maybe it was […]

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The Anatomy of A Great Sermon [Infographic]


As a blogger, I have found a new passion for writing. I have found my own type of writing, explored new mediums which has brought about other passions for sharing my messages, and even challenged myself to write 70 page eBooks. Yet, for every challenge that the blogging process brings, writing a sermon can be […]

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Tips to Make Sure Your Church Website Is Ready for Easter

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The past two days I have been working non-stop to get the final touches done on our church website: adding a blog post here, scheduling one there, and removing old information. If you’re reading this and you’re thinking: OMG! The website! I forgot! Relax! There’s still time to fix your website, but you really should […]

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Life-Size Iron Man Made from Cardboard [Photos]


I love what cardboard artist Kai-Xiang Xhong has to say about being an artist. He says that if you don’t have the supplies you need to make art — whether it be access or the money — find something else to use ,and if you are an artist, you will make art. Well, there’s no […]

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The Uncomfortable: Making Things Less User Friendly [Images]


The Uncomfortable is a design project by architect Katerina Kamprani that is incredibly fun. She has take everyday objects and redesigned them to make them completely unusable or terribly difficult to use. What I find the most curious about this entire project, is how focusing on what makes an object difficult to use, amplifies exactly that which […]

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Mockuuups Made Easy

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Here’s an awesome resource that’s free to download. Mockuuups (with three u’s) includes four different hi-res PSD files of a iPhone 5S that can be modified to your liking. Swap-out the screen and/or background to your liking. This not only works great for those selling apps, but building-out promotional materials for church, ministry and nonprofit […]

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